Kevin Hart attends the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 11, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Bill Cosby has had his fair share of supporters, but one thing that none of them had yet to do was positively address the women involved in the alleged allegations of drugging and sexual assault. But Kevin Hart did exactly that in a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter.

Hart, who has described Cosby as a longtime hero, told THR that he still has a Cosby portrait on his wall. And that that hasn’t changed. But what Hart does see is that there are possible victims involved in these incidents.


"Right now, it's a lot of speculation. All I can do is just say my prayers and my wishes go out to all of the women who are potentially involved. His personal life has nothing to do with me. I can't control it. I will never try. It doesn't stop me from being an admirer of his work. His work and his personal life are two separate things," Hart stated.

The actor has said something that not too many other people have: He realizes that these women are potential victims and that victims shouldn’t be shamed. He's also able to separate the work Cosby has done from Cosby's personal life, which for the last couple of months has been shrouded in controversy.

Hart, who has a daughter of his own, may be all jokes and laughter, but at least he's one of the few Cosby admirers who realize the bigger picture and that the women involved are potentially victims.